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No Doubt About It: Twins Dead

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The best advice in journalism, besides "follow the money" and "check your facts three times," is "Never, ever, EVER declare the Minnesota Twins dead." The Twins are like Keith Richards, cockroaches and Britney Spears' career. Just when you think they're finished, they spring to life.

And on that note, let me just say:

The Twins are dead!

Really, they are. The Tigers just beat the Twins in three straight games and forced them to get the heck out of town. OK, so the Twins were probably leaving anyway. I don't think they planned to skip their series in Kansas City so they could hang around and check out the Henry Ford.

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